Tag Archives: Summer of Oblivion

AI106: Long Live the New Flesh

I’ve been hinting a bit about Oblivion University, and part of being coy was that it wasn’t entirely clear what form it would take. I knew after Michael Branson Smith‘s (MBS Productions) brilliant example of training AI Levine for his … Continue reading

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We’re Only #HumanMOOC

Almost two months ago I was invited to talk about “triggering events to promote cognitive presence” for the Human MOOC. I spent the time talking about the Summer of Oblivion, a ds106 course I taught  during the Summer 2011 at UMW that went … Continue reading

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Distinguished Adjunct Professor

I admit the title of this post is a bit tongue and cheek and might potentially trivialize the larger crisis in higher ed surrounding adjuncts. That said, adjuncting has been an integral part of my experience at UMW over the … Continue reading

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Dr. Oblivion does not judge you

I happened to get this shot of Tess yesterday as we were recreating in the DTLT offices, and it made me nostalgic for the Summer of Oblivion. I’m coming fast up on seven years of blogging and almost 2000 posts … Continue reading

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